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Quite an exciting weekend at Eagle Bluffs -  I received my phone call
regarding the Sandhill Crane while I was  listening to a singing winter wren
at Rock Bridge state park.   I was watching the wren when I heard another
song, couldn't quite place it, then realized it was my cell phone!

 

The Cinnamon Teal is also still present as are the American Golden Plovers -
all along the road for Pool 15 (Sapp tract), and as stated earlier the crane
moved around a lot between pools 14-15 (Sapp tract).    There was also a
Dowitcher along the second one-way loop, mixed in with all the snipe.  I am
leaning toward Long-billed based on appearance and timing but won't argue
with anyone saying different.

 

Jean Leonatti

Boone County

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